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LAUN1.;., B. C. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1907
I.! 0
isJ I1.0J] Mflil hped Pin
is. MMw Ml rfe'ili oid.
Hoies* ..la Has Confidence o. PeSfa
Wi
Our  Big Annual January
Sale is N&w On.
Genuine
Departments.
Don't miss this opportunity.    Shop Early.
Counters piled  high with Goods Reduced  to HALF!
their Regular Price.
Stacks of Remnants, Prints, Flannelettes. Cottons, Etc!
!
100 Pairs Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Boots, Regular^
$2.25 & $2,50 a pair, Sate Price* $1.00 pain        - j
>..-*a*-ii-l ii nan mm ii i   n      i i \m 'ii mi Sim ���  ��� n i i     mi.-,   in !���_____������__. ai ��j -in  u       ���   _siiii_i   i    i_^a_n-,
No Sale Goods Exchanged,    Cut Prices Strictly Cash.
Na Sale Goods Sent on Approbation.
Oome and Bring Ymir Friends VTith Yon,
'Conservative*- Carry Province.* with 26; Utoerals,
13 ; Socialists, "2; I_a bor*. ...
���LADNER  	
8UNBURY	
ANNJ.BV1LLE..'	
EAST DELTA	
WESTHAM ISLAND	
CLOVERDALE	
iTYNEHEAD	
IHALLSPRAiEIE ..	
i DOUGLAS \
!MUD BAY	
! BOUTH WESTMINSTER
:KENSO.aTON	
! OTTER	
MURRAYS CORNERS	
FORT LANG-LEY	
BIO-OARS	
i Hivei tSIc'C-rizi ���
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Till.   WINNER
43-1       i.64
Majority for Oliver .70
Atlin���Dr. Y-aung. Cen.
Albcmi���H. Brewster, Lib.
Cariboo���li.  Jones, R. Yorston,
Chilliwack���C. W. Munro, Lib.
Columbia���H. G. Parsqtis,  Con.
Comox���K. Grant, Con.
Cowichan���-W. H.  Hayward, Cv
Cranbrook���D.r. King,. Lib.
Deha���J-liii Oliver, Life*. .
I.ewdv.ey���R. M_Bri-,c, Con.
Esqniiua.t���John Jur.liiie, Lib.
Fernie���W. R. Ross, Con.
Grant}  Forks ��� John  Mclnnes,
abor.
Greenweod���G   R. Naden, Lib,
Islands-*- A. 17 .McPhillips, Cob.
Kamloops���F. J. Fulton, Con.
Slocan���Wm. Hunter, Con.
Viiucenver��� R. G. Tatlow, J. F.
imth&< Ml
_j.-o.ir last :_~-ii-,- we announced
that the first Annual Ball given by
ihe Delta Farmers' Institute will
: _ke place on Tu.escUji, E&a.*_-th
Preparations for this event ara
already being made aad a good
attendance is assured. The admission rs '_-niy"yj<*'**;ts, ladiestffee.
The Laduer Cornel Baur1: "is 'tc
furnish the music.
An unus.il time has elapsed-since
the la*st dance at Ladner rouse-
quently   it   is   iocked  forward  to
Garden, A.  II.   B. l_j.8-f.owan, VV. '��� with great pleasure.    I.t  is  hoped
J. Bowser, Dr. McGuire, 5 Cons.    : that all the farmers,   even  if ihey
Victoria ��� R.   McBride,   II.   B. |_are   not   d*u-��rs*thems41ves1   will
Thompson, H. Behnsen, F. Davey,,
4 Coos.
���Yale���Stuart Henderson, Lib.
Y_nir-���-J.. 9ebof>eld,.Con.
There are three seats -still uude
cided- Isianrts, Richmond, Skeena.
The Islands,-which it was report-
Marsha
& Co., Ltd.
Kaslo��� X. F. McKay. -Con. |
Lill��oet���ML -Eagleson, lib j final results ei whieh are not likely
Nanaimo ��� J.   H.    llawthe__n_.| to l>e  known- for some weeks,   is
tliwaite, Soc. conceded to theJiberals.
Nelson���Dr. G. A. B. Hall, Lib.! In Lillooet, -Eagleson (-Liberal)
Newcastle���_-. Williams, Soc. 1 still leads with seven majority, and
New Westminster���T. Gifford,.C. | but one poll to hear .from which is
Okanagan���-Price Ellison, Con. j aot zxpected to ohange the result.
Revelstoke���Thos. Taylor, Con.' The figures stand i_>o to 113.
Richmond���F. L. Carter-Cotton |    Later returns show M. Eagleson,
Con. j Lib., elected instep of A  McDon-.
Rossland���J. A. Mactlonald, Lib. laid,
Saanich���D. M. Eberts, Gon. 1 In Richmond <with*S��,i-_misb and
Similkameen���L. W. Shatford.C. I Pemberton to hear from Mr. Cottoi-
Skeena���Dr. Kergin, Lib. ihas a majority of 13.
i_nd*the:r support and pfitronage tc
thisfirst annual ball as tlie Institute i?_*udaavorikig to arou.e more
inlfrest xind enth-iiiatin in its work,
which can only te oxrried on by
the assistance and ready'help of all
those wIk". are actively engaged in
ed aad elected Mr. McPhiliips in'(arming or other business in tlie
the light of the later information i-Delta. As .previously stated, thc
that tbat gentleman hnd a majority i purchaser of a ticket will be fva-
of six only with several .polling -Dished �� itii a ticket of membership
places to b��ar from can hardly be of the Institute, which will entitle
decisively labelled conservative, rhim lo 'ii! its .privileges ior one
Skeena, ��n   the   other hand,   thej fear,
Ticket*, can be obtained al the
following places: Koyal Bank of
Canada, -Po_.tot.ice, 17 A. Bowu or
N7 A. McBian
"Cranks"
���SUGGESTIONS !
We would draw tht  attention of
The Last Might.
The meeting "on Friday evening
was well attended ami "being th*
last ote'iii the campaign wag rather
warmer than usual Members of hot.:
political parties were responsible
for some disturbance which is to bc-
regretted a.s we favor giving every
-candidate or speaker a fair hearing.
There   is this   redeeming  feature
POPULAR LECTURE,
Tbe following  course ot popular
"lectnres.   ilhistrs-ted   with   lantern
A PLEASANT EVENING
C.O.F. INSTALLATIONS.
Thc first of the series of interest- the Council to the need  ot - lgmpf*bout lhc  nw:e,i*'S. jt  w��s  fo��' the
, ���.,...       .. . ..     *.s        ,. ,. "��iost part good-natured and b..triiic
lug   lectures   to   be   given 111 the at the entrance oi the   iown  Hall, ,. ,,        .,        , b
j one d!sa(j.eralj��''.nrident there was
independent of the  inside system.!__,,.,,;.,., ,1,., ,.,���. 1   ���, 1    _      t._u
' i'��io'.niug that could not be iaughe-i
; Town Hall, was given last evening,
Mr. and  Mrs. Wm,   Ellis  entei-
tained a-jr_imber cf vtuing people at
���slides, wiH be given  in the Town Itbcir ho,��e- ��* 'WlA*J *w��-s-B last,
Hall,   Ladner, on .he dates ��ivnn jwhen mtt8ic B,,d ea��M w��re -��*
l)elow. dulged in 'nntil the wee ..ma' hours
ben ftie happy ciowd dispersed to
.heir homes.     The faliow.ni; were
j;��mong those present:
Mesdames L_.igl.et_, S. Brodie,
j W. Stokes.
Misses   Leona   and  Lily  Whit*
"TissePs Lflfe ef Christ,-" by!
vRev. R. G. Tanner.. B.A., on M*_n*|
day, Feb. tilth.
"Chichaco to Sour "-Dough,"' by
Rev. A. E. H-tberingio-u, B-A-, on
Manday, March 4th.
"**,��� by Rev. W..II.  Barraclough, B.A, When a ftereopweon  lecture is be-1 ab0ut  by Anyone-wh��  likes   tbe
I    There was quite a gaod turn outU��t,e subject, "Cranks," was a very Mug given there and  the  lights - ". '"Comic..] side of polities,
j 0; members of Court  Fraser, 3581 .interesting oue, and -was .well ap-'! tuwied out the place is too dark H "B.-Beusen seterl as -chairman
C. O. F., in  Oddfellows'  Hall, on predated by those in attendance.     Also,.Ave would call atwtiuon tor****- tiidUistbesfto keep order, tire
....       ,.',,., ,      .-,,-  i-the lamps at  the  cawier of Delta i*speaktrs  were Oliver,  MacKenzie
It is hoped tbat  the people ot this ,     , __, -.* ,-,-.., ., ���
and Trenast streets-and at tire e8r*1t--*d -Forster, as .there  was  nothing
district will show theirapprccmtiou [nn of ^  Xmnk   r(wd gnd Clul. ofa very Startiing nature -produccH
of tbis efiort t�� entertain  and turn.j.i.)0ktl_��n-street bolh of which need :!,y ai!3' ��* tbe'Cahdidatessand as the
.jvout much more freely thati was the' tnovitigs�� as to light two streets^lelectioniis now a_bing-_f the past
""A T*rp TUr��ugh yorkshhre," i wortb' F- Kn_iUnd, O. Kirkland,
by Rev. J. Calvert, M.A.L., onV&Me Drodie, H M. Menley, T.
Jtf��iday,-Wp__nf^_. -Resr.'R. K'.sWand, *L. Kir.kland.
All1**!* itove lectifres, exearitiiig '   Messrs; *Loughaed, S. Kredie, \V.
Rev. "Mr.   Hetheriflgton's. will be
* .repeated the next evening in the
{&. ^te.phens* Church. Lasl Jtelta.  ,
j Thursday _*Tfniiig  last, when  the
1 following ofricers were installed by
i Past  Chief  Ranger  A. Yorke, for
ithe ensuing year.
!    P. C. R-, Peter Clark.
C. R., M. Sheedy.
;    V. C. K., W. Lasseter.
1    Fin. Sec, K. .*.. Bowu.
'j    Treas., J. Reagh,
Kec. Sec., W. H. Smith.
ChajSlain, A. Yorke.
Auditor, W. H. Smith.
Trustees���P. Clark, II. J. Hutch
orson, r>. McLean.
I rase last evening.
instead of one-as at presout.
T. TV. Kerr returned  to Clave:
dale on -Friday-last.
Jahu     MacKenzie
j Royal City last week.
rifiited
... F, Stannurd,  of Vaticouver,
'i Ageut^br the International C't-ire
:|spotidence School,  Sarauton,   Pa.,
the.'TVils'" '���adi'*T on Thursda.y lq$t,
wc will not no .Wtoa'Tv p,irticulaiss
ofthe speeclrss of any concerned,
but hope >th��t everyone will, like
ourselves, bury their -hatchets and
work'together for'the gener.il good
ol Tlcltii and the -advarieement of
-our-province. ���
.Slokes,']). M. EUis, 'Geo Devttt,
E. Brodie, \V. I). Betty, Op. Clark,
IL -1' alls,
^ami-srlain's Cougk Remedy -;^!s.n, *;����*��- a;
*lii-csC-l.'l3.JCroi|Iii<l.'<! WJleopim: Craiilv s\ Cilniinsler tlltS VVCi.-J..
I . ___. -ThcUnersiil. Klisbiou CMrcle ivlli
]     Mrs. W.   H, "Soihh "is visiting hold its next nieeling   it', the  !.:������-
rmi.ils .in   ".'.incouvor   and   New *o  Miss  Ktrklar.-l    '    777,*.   *.'
^Mluin-t, nftetii ��� 11 :i id '> euii ;:
.������"-*rs. \.'. I'.r.iin, aijd Ii. Ilrodis,
���-��� ���, a'i'cr..}.! ,e paSseivgeis-on tlie
! - v this .'\- :''-...: !������'.:".������'������ ��� _.'<}*,___
CA tiiL f-._a.TA TTMR*. T.-B6E-AY, FERRCaRY 5, 190J.
".Li-1 j.1 _���_. '.-*.���".'.' ' *_r---p'--_��_"���*__
��� JS.:i*�����_--���������-���*���_*-_** '
THc  DcLlA  LiMbS.
PCBUSBI.I>   KVSUY  TUESDAY.
Sitbsct.ipt.tos, Si.00 per year.
ftDYRRTlSI -    R.VrES.
Costa.'il Ad-.-ci;i__riac:.ti��, 10 wiy pa> .ine foi
ihc frrfct ins.riMon, (witi 5ce^tr, ikt liu* tor eacli
MitMequtrut iD-MTtiOO. The tttlfnber ol liin.*-
--uj-oneil t*>y t.i- Space occupied, ij liuc-a to tbc
inch.
JUU-3 *or 0>Bime:aijl A��]vprti*3t*m*ai-i cuu be
__aii on ap^-llcAUou at this office.
R(-rtiHiig notices _c tt*u.-.; __r Hue for e-fccta in*
���orttoB,
Birth aa*. Dftth ���.ticet, joe., lfocstayeB|l.ao.
Any ��p*ck.l nD-Jcc, Ifce 0-bjfCt ol wbich is tu
>rortotc tke peeui..erj benefit of suy in-livldim!
or company, tQ _*e corj_i*t-*uct_ *_:.. MVftrtiMIUent
tiBii tW��r(f*>.l ft-ror.iir.gly.
111 mTnitliyimnlii cha7u��_t fcr njifet- ordered i
Mt   .!"!_   pfil<i   i-*^-,
-_-Trc*r*r��Dd��Bc*f ir.-r.tivi  ra  _r.h-..*��-v--t 'j* public)
(^n teres...   Cesimuu .cat-ion.1, to tcH.or tuUBt he no
eompuiiie-l by nnu_c of wrlbtc, not -.eeCsSMrUy '
tor pnbKafttion, i*_k bi cridoitoe of good faith '
���t��rrc*r��u(-#u--e rami reach t*J*t'fbt> hv Thurs-'
iay rvmniaz
Mjl~��~
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Delta Transfer Stable
LADNER, B.C.
.INGLE AND DOUBLE RIGS AND  SADDLE HORSES
ON ?HO.<T NOTICK
Team Work Done st Specially law Prices.
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4* JOSEPH JORDAN, Proprietor.
'- Telephone " Laduer" No. io.
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^ .ue'Ji_-^?gt-
The Market.
Gxe. R.
M'AM.ET,
V- ti 11-1
TBiifDAv, i-rBW-iKr 5, 1907.
Our independence may be seen
sow by '.h.. fellnwiaf statement:
During th. campaign just eomplet**,
?il we stood fs>r the- election of
Hoiiest'Far*t!rr John in  pirfereiict
Ntn-   Westminster,    Feb.   2 ���
The weekly market is already show- j
ing signs of renewed lift* si_._e  tliei
steam   boats started   to run   down ;
river ouce again.    It  is expected j
that by .mother week  the  up-river j
service  will  be  is   lull   operation
and the market will have quite resumed its iiorua..l tone.    On- Thur-
day afternuon the  Beaver  brought
ia a  quantity of meat  which   was
_&���-_-,���_���**_. j-g-K-,.^^ ;_^K.*5__>_i._r___':i^s!7
���
c���*t _:o_ ��<; ,-'"*T,   /"*.! JT I ibi-i-Csip,-*;.-. m
Very   F..v   Uft JU5 2      UU I    1 *'*.    *-;*.   DM-ao-a     |
(sr _0c. -��� a I ever B.C.
BRITISH
C-~t_li
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
V. T. Ry. & Ferry Co.
r*-T h    VMewa ���;; everyti
tljnstratuijj t.u.  UousiIIms RcMurces of tbia t-.c
ILLUSTRATED
to  bis  opponent, '��*���*  we fe_ok  noj��'?r*-lle<1 to  respectable  porportioos
by the number of car-cases which
jthe ranchers brought in ly read.
There was a lair offerin.; of beef
which was all sold at quotations.
Mutton was somewhat  skort,   but
part in outside politics. We shall
be satisfied wi.J. the result, provid-l
ing the Premie.-, Richard McBride,
jtJt'nera around him, men ef first-
;la.��s sts_ndij.gr', ��._en tfho -will act
��tfi*[> to do tilings ';jiT.o;7hy of
tkeir hi"fa calling.
PAN TRAVEI. ALONE.
The   SIcBride  GovemmeMt   has-
been  returned   to   power   witk   a j
baudsosii. __i'_jori'_y ajid will, for tbe j
Srst time in  ii* kisto-ry, be  in  a;
positiou to govern the  previmce i��*
dependent  of tke Miiluence of any
��thtr party.    It is at  last in a position ta refuse lo be dssiinated by
tbe Socialistic influence which  hss
during tbe iast session bsen suck an
important factor  in all  legislation.
We bone now that the  true  policy
cf the Conservative party will ke
put la practice and  that it will be
for the prosperity of tke province.
OUR DUTY.
Rev. Dr. Sipprell, af Columbian
Methodist College, New, Westminster,   preached   iu   the   Metb.clistj
I
Cburch  here, on  Sunday  last, the j
occasion being Educational Sunday. I
Ddring the aaorniag discourse tbe
MT.   gejitleumu   touched    ou   thej
problem wbicb lies btfere  usar.a;
i
natieu,   "\Yh,.t shu-il- we via   with
there   were a few  carcases i.ffered
wkich   were snapped   up by lecat
j buyers.
j Pork c��t_e ia fair quantities, and
- the demaud was strong at ioc. per
| pound. Tbere was a fair supply
j of veal efFered which also lound a
: ready market.
-.����* were agaia scarce while
the market was open for all tbat
could be brought along. Wholesalers were glad to get them at 50c.
per doz. The retail price was up
to 55c. axd 60c.,. five to- ten cents
higher than that oi last week.
Chickens were somewhat more
plentiful lhau they liave been ausl
trade n*.* brisk. Old fowl were
snapped up by Yanc&nver buyers
almost before the sellers could get
time to enter the marktt buildiug
There was a good demand for ducks,
but iiens were offered. Gees:- were
also censpicious by their abseuce.
Apples were received at ike market in fair quantities and the de-
maud was good.
Tbe venders of butter and eggs
.were in their places and did tkeir
usual flourishing business.
Two of tke florists were tbere
ancl had a uice line of flowers in
addition to pot plants and bulbs.
Tl��* Gun.--.. OoM-Cepper Discovery of lh�� As. Is B.C
(ifinilfli - -
- $R25000
COLUMBIA
ig (.Tr't ii    V'iewa li! ev<i
Lratuijj :>-   Uousi11m9 R��
Richest Province in the British Empire.
iViitjii.!'.; :.;t��kt_l, ;-.<ith.ng Caine J.. .Salltlng i ��ntur*U, Nothing V/ou.
MB tiiilll! i IMS!
The Richest Men iu the World arc investing iu B. C. Copper-
Gold  Mines.     Why can't you bsgiu uow ?
Discovery of th
ei. m mm m ir u
Certain u result proflt.-i.l_..
.Special One Month Offer, 15c. Per Share.
MiL>cs directly nest of tke l.e Uoi and Le Roi No. ?., largest
gold-coppei mints in B.C., paid Larpe Dividends. Assayx ironi
$5.00 to JSoo.co in gold, copper, silver, etc.
Rossland Mines receiv-d Highest Awards for ricbt-..�� gold-
copper ore sent to St. Louis. Exposition, f'ijc Four had Best
Displey-atDomi-iiotiFair, Uew Westminster] B.C , October, 1005.
No lest than 100 tlures roki. Shsrts can- be had en Instalment pita, payments luenthly. 20 per cent, cash', balance
monthly.
C��na^u9f kas n. dtlsts or lialnUti...   9-ud for niusitrati-'l Frospcstas to Seerster.'-
Biff.   FOUR  MINES,
P.O. Box f74, Vancouver, ��-'��-_ *?*����*r#_
New Service���Port  Guichon and   Ladner to  New
Westminster and Vancouver.
Leave Pt. Guichoa, 6.30 a.m.    Arrive Vancou</er, 1.0.20 a.m.
Leave Vancouver,   2.10 p.m.    Arrive Pt. Guiebon, 6.00 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday aud Friday
Gives   Passengers  four  hours  in   either   New   Westminster or Vancouver.
New   Freight   Tariff   effective    Septeit-W    5th,   '06.
Greatly Reduced Rates.     For particulars apply t��
E. T. CALVERT,
Agent, Port Guichon.
Sufficient Cars will be furnished without delay.
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CAPITAL, - - - $3,500,000
RESP..RVE FUNDS,       - - ' $4,000,0CQ
A General Banking Business Transacted.
How wanid you like this space ?
Savings Department.
Deposits of $1 and upwards received and Interest Allowed at Highest Current Rates.
 80 BRANCHES. ���
! BRANCHKS fN BRITISH COLUMBIA���Vancouver, Vancouve.
Kast End, Mt. Pleasant, Granville Street ; Grunti Forks, Nanaimo,
Nelson,   Rossland,   Victoria,   Vernon,   Chilliwack,   Cumberland   and
j New Westminster.
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BRITISH  COI.-UBl-v
El* 111 GOIiOBjf III
IL. M. F.ICHARDSON. Manager, LADNER, B.C.
Ladner Exhibitor
: -yd.*****-'-. .
QUOTATIONS.
Beef,  hindquarters, Be.
for.equarters, 5c to 6c lb.
Muttou, 13c ih.
Veal, 10c to ue lti.
tO   QC   ft)
the 8trar>ge:s vrko are entering our j     Fork, ioc lh.
gates?" It was his opinion that
^lie races enterii>g onr Dominion
should bo treated with true justice,
find educate them to tbe cousecra-
tion of the ��Jabbajt_j. They should \
not h-e peiniittel to wonk, buy or
.sell on that dty any more  than the :
British bora ___-ie_t is neruiiutd to!
I
do.    He paid, al��o, that  there wa I
no  justice   Ih   raiditlg a, Chinese j
{amhlin*; tien and letting the white
(tamblet n<;> MiipHtrish^d.    ll-e said
that, mor*ll7, the  Chinaman com-
Potatoes, $t2 to.$i^ ton-..
J'-Kas. 55^ 1�� 6cc ^l0***
Butter, 30c to 35c ft).
Fowl, %-i to $9, du-.
Ckickeus, >6 \o $8 do/.
Ducks, fio to J, 12 dcv:.
Ge^se, _.i.-'5 each.
Apples, $1 to >l.^S bo>:.
Onions, $1.50 sack.
Our Sheet
Metal Fronts
OfSmT yon. wpl��ndi4 in.provofne*tit, a-t
aemu'd cfv-.t, n-n any style of builflijigj.
W'_i mala. Ur-iii _*-KiipU*te( to suit
cjit ��....-. or ihaptr.! structura���iiu
���mamra mttal fifiish tiK-Iudin*,'' J.h".- and
wiudow cap*, cornices, etc.���m a {;r_*at
T��_r:*?ty of Btylffp.
Tkwr give a very handsome ofTect,
fin**- eiidm ii'pr,   prat:it al sutii.fnc.tou.
Vfe civ* aatimnt?- if you t*ii_l
l--_>��Mir��fi--mM :..;<! t_"'*ltn�� ml' the biuidU
Wf.
Think k mer.
Meto-Ilio Roofing Co.,
Umlto-.,
WKo!e.sisl-3 Manufaotureta,
Toronto, Ccrse..;.',
Get your Pause wirec
and file votu
now
Electric Light
now
30 that
-AT-
s
Jan. Sth to 11th.
*
The Lftdie
chur h wi I
7 id oi the iru'Liodist
il 1   its next  regular
;SKS-_^.s^_a..ii__S_S
kO.BT  MAY. Agent,
LkO��nf>, B.C.
meetnuaat the home of Mrs. C. W.
Nelson. All members are earnestly
. ;eouesr_ed to be ps-sent '���'   busines*
pares very fftvoral iy with the white   ',. , .,, ���   . ,   ,
t ��� f\ | gf importance will, be traasacted.
man, when we lake i^to eonaidera-
Mon the vnr\ thai. 4_sOor_!.eeperi
hare often  bean  kl3ov.n   lo throw
���j��-i;'..VJs ,srn
men ont cf doors in bir.e_.coU wea-J.
ther, after hazing made item drunk ;
and taken all their ni.-iey.
We quite agree with the worth;.:
Doctor in his BMnatks, and we als:_!
" i
add that the wbif?  man   -vyhoscT.s-
liquor without a l*c.nr.(.  i"*- -not one j
wit better tybap.tyie ^uaman who,
plies thc sam? illicit bnfijflei-^, and
ever.'   effort   should    bc   !5.i ' t   tn
'^.j.jiip il out
���'- ^"i.  Et
Auiati'ciiZii'r,  iriswrsstye
Ay ont.
000
To Advance en
Mortgages �� . ..
, . ...i^tvCi-j^    BO YEARS'
the poles may \x distributed |
past, your premises.
Application blanks may bei "~
had   of  Mr.  McDonald,   the E'ght Firsl 1>rizes'   Three Specials.
^,     .   -  . '      Six Seconds.    Three Thirds,
hlectnciau.
with
White Recks, Barred Rocks. Silver
Spangled  Ilauiburgs  and
Buff Orpingtons.
���**>*��'*^'^-*,*?****1J,*Hf.'��~I*-a-<>-��->^.;.<^.
| Mil MM PS |
k KHW WWTMIMTER,
J. K��aufa*t��rara ((all __���...)
J, HENLEY   I
t
B. C.   �����>
i Soda Water, Ginger {
^ Ale and Summer I
I Drinks, X
t      Yaur patronage solicited
_L
__<*-.~>-��->��^;��-_^_..>^��..;..^,_.^,j,<.
EGGS & STOCK FOR SALE.
WN. HEATON,
A.  O.  U.   W.
Delta Lodge, Np. ia meets first
und third Tuesdays of each mouth
in Oddfellows' Hull.
Thos. Toi-n. U.W.
T. \V.  KERR. Recorder.
W. N. Draper,
PROVINCIAL   LAND  SURVEYOR
Room ^.l-'Uflftl Block. Wew WeKlraintiter.
I.
LADNER,
B. C,
Fashion  Stables -
Trucking :md Draying.
Livery  work  of all  kinds attended to promptly.
J. M. Gollinson
1.1 id IK*!", h    _-'��
Ladiier Carriage Works.
lllic.y-'MRQVla
, -?! .W
TnuDrt Marks
Dfsiqnc
CormiaHTd Ac.
rttf1f�� ���vfik.s-.oh wi4 deacrtttloTi mn?
__   ft it it? {toe of-LnUm. Ireo wWi ..Jt-r an
...<irt uprobwi%aftt-oftjtfwBb votntiiul-Mi<
f.-.E-or-ut-ye-mUdenH.--. HAf.D890K'on PMQntn
. .1, rr**A Oldwit _mo!.f.y f;;r necuriug uatM)ta.
Patont-fl *:��i--*n tbrouffQ Mmm & Cq. roctrfvej
���:���.���'tofiioHiA wit hoot obaruo, in th*
MrMfc nmtKm.
\ hnrn\anmr\yi\h-ifitief<iA woolitr. T.��r(TM(. rtr-
���iltt��ion --f nny idontittfl |"urni.!,. TcnpH, fC fl
��� ?:ir;-Mnr nmntl.9, il. Bold byafVnuwf.o.;flIor*-,
���::mm 3 ��s frimmm* Revs, TorS
Always in Line*&**~^
"Mmtei'Mrd, Coiisli Remedy
lar.eeColi*., eio-.re ��;.i.I. W*}.Hi|.i}|j( C.s.n^,
Advertise
in
The Delta Times.
With   Latest   Improved   FABM   IMPLEMENTS.. WAGONS & BUGGIES.
Largest Stock in Province to choose from.
Gar.ia&e  Building, Repairing  __   Painting,  Black*-
smithing   &  Horaa    Shoeing.
DeLaval Separators.
Q. T BAK
D
i,     r" fl ' ~* Z'. ���.;"���
0���iC. di., ty* j
B tq7.v-:i^ria��-TTa.:,r/,vv,irrr,?u:
<���>*���*
church   ioncEs.
oxramioR
Hi
-3:50  3
u a ..
M ti
l: ��� ���
SlllH;
Frid,
ALL SAINTS.
(Anglican. 1
ist Sunday
.-,  II oMufi:,
LA
CK
ith,
i his a Jment i   usu ily c_u-t*d by
rheumatism [..."the mu ... .* sud may
I be   cured  by   applying   .   i_i__iber-
Su:K,a>;S' i Iain's Pain Balm two or three tin s
a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application.    If th s
.._���   iio'. aftoid relief, biud   ou   li.e
pice, of flannel slightly  dampei
���.*. ilii Pain Balm    uud  relief   ���
most sure to  follow.    For   .-.1-
-.'���' ������ uggists.
ay .School a: 10 a.m.
.>, evening service 7:30.
Kev. Canon Hilloii, vicar.
Services first and third Sunday of
cad. mi ni . at 10:3 1 ��� ,tu.; Benedic
tion, 7:50 ,) in
Sundav schoo  at ;, p.m.
Low M sss anl   : ly    otniuu isi  -
-.1 ' and third tl mdays -��� .1 G a.in.
Kev. Fathei  .Vaguer, O.M.I.,
Parish ! : ii st.
THE FARMER 7X7 THK GUN
- more   n_
ol   -..   farm
rearm.   As
METHODWT.
Services next lord's Day at 11
a. 111.and 7:30 p.m.
Class meeting, 10.30 a.m. eve.".
Sunday.
Sabbath .School at _ p m every
Sunday. Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening at 7.30.
Kev, J. F. Betts, pastor.
Cole
���__��������� .-1   _._.. -..j m___ a e ...
ST. ANDREWS PR-tSBYTKRIAN
Services next Lord's Day at 11
;i.rn. and 7.3;) p.m.
Sabbath School at 10 a m Midweek meeting on Thursday evening
at 7.30 o'clock.
Rev. A, McAuley, Pastor.
BAPTIST.
Sabbath  services ��� Crescent  Island, 3 p.m.; Ladner, 7 p.m.
Sunday School at 10:30 a, m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at
S p.m.
C. Croft, B. A., pastor.
Thei e is uo on. artic
I ee   ���;-!'.���  tc   till     .;'"' . v
' than ..'...:   reli ' '���   I
��� '���        is    pi  lei  i.'ivfi nn 1 lowliu^
��� marauders, bi 1 >e   I   .    ���-; highway*
1 men, etc., p. n : ssan ein-jent remedy
tor   winged   and four-looted   pesis
I chat destroy the ips .ml   dai u ge
the pasture, there is nothing to
equal a "shooting iron," Ii's the
j best argument the tiller of the soil
I has io- the invaders referred to and
they do no- rep.at theii visit alter
one dose
Both the farmi-r and the firmer'.-
san have been  spurred "to  get a
j gun" by the campaign of education
I which thej. Stevens Arms dv Tool
'Co., Cbicopee Fails, Mass., makeis
ofthe celebrated Stevens firearms,
are constantly waging in the hebal
of   t Ij is   logical   weapon,    Stevens
Rifles,   Pistols and   Shotguns are
betier  than  scarcecrovvs and   an)
object struck by their bullets stays
dead.
A natural evolution ofthe larmei
marksman was the trained vtrtei. 11
shots that _.a\re the British u-7oats
tiie tu K* of their lives iu '76.
Thai's a point most peopje lose
.���sight ol in analyzing the reasoi s for
the surrender at Yorkto.vu.
IN   CAMP   OR   FIELD-
MOUNTAIN OR SHORE
Iti-ra la always a dun:.
to enjoy Soma thMlIng
TO SHOOT nil YOU MUST DE EQUIPPED WITH
A DEUABIE FiriEARMi the only hind we hava
been making for upward, .nitty years.
Our Line: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
...k j-ovr Dealer, nnd Insist on the
S__B.__-_8s Whtro uot sold hy Be-
taller?, -no ��Wii direct, -.pr,".. nre-
^ann nps-,i. receipt of Catalog price.
_<������.! s���r i.�� i*i>_r�� 111 i.ir....-
(.&r.il.,j.    .Vrllf.tlUi.L-uttr._le IsAoa   u��
s-.suij- ,-i-iu��-eniH for man aaa hns
.f.nol.-r.. Mulled nil- 4 i-.-al, lit
-���t-,..i|i-..,. -_,, s-.-p,,_i���;,,.. rienutU*.,!
lea . f.it.i- Jlnauer tor-svurd. a lt>r
st>_ cen-. In *<-.-,ir-s.
J. BXBTEMa  ARMS  _.  TOOL  CO.
P. O. Hot 40'J.
Chlcopeo Folia.
'liu..., I*. 9. A.
COOKING SCHOOLS.
THEY ARE VERY POPULAR IN SOMI
OF THE  SUROPIAN COUNTRIES.
The S.S. Sonoma leaves Ladner
at 8 a.m. und 3 p.m.; leaves .Steves-
ten at 9 a.m. aud 4. p.m. Every
day except sSunday.
FIRST-CLASS  HOTEL
The Bella Times
E. J. Fader, of the Torpedo
Towing and Tut; Company, has an-
Bowiced his intention of building a
maynihVfcnt hotel in New Westminster, whieh will cost, when completed and furnished, ia the neighborhood of $110,000. The build-
in �� will be erected on Carnarvon
sheet, between Begbie anil Alexander streets, with a frontage tf 132
feet ou Carnarvon street. The
new building will be known as the
Hotel Russel, and it is Mr. Fader's
intention to have the building c��m
pleted by October of this year.
for
M, J.
'S
:;ABIT TO BE l.NCOURAGED
I
The mother who has acquired thei
habit of keeping on band a bot'le
of Chamberlain's Coiijh Remedy,
naves herself a t>reat amount of un-'
easiness aud anxiety. Coughs, cole's.,
and croup, to which childre 1 ire'
susceptible are cured by it* use, It:
counteracts?.;;',' tendency of a cold
to result in pneumonia, and if given
I
as soon   a.s  lhe   first  symptoms  oil
croup appear,   it   will  preve-.it  thei
attack. This remedy, contains notb-1
ing injurious aud mothers give it to j
their little ones  with u   feeling oil
perfect security. Sold by All Drug- j
gists.
When you wish to  buy visiting]
cards call on the Delta Times  who|
will sell the best money can   buy.
If you need them printed, why you I
aie money in pocket by calling  on
the Pelta Times .11-,..
Job Printing.
Nurseries  &  Seedhouses
Headquarters tor Pacific Coas'
grown Garden, Field and Flower
Seeds that are thoroughly tested as
to vitality before offering for sal.���
:hat are subject lo government inspection as to lietdom ttom weed
seeds. .Samples sent to intending
purchasers.
Large stock ol HOME GROWN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees now
matured for the spring trade.
No expense, loss or delay pf fumigation or inspection,
BEE SUPPLIES, Spray Pumps,
Spraying Material, Greenhouse
Plants, Cut Flowers,
Wc do business cu our owu
grouuds���no icut to pay and are
prepared lo meet all competition.
Let me price your list before placing your order.    Catalogue Free.
According to The CoiUB.ir.rcis!,;
of Winnipeg, the visible supply of
oats in the United States and Can-
ada, east of the Rocky Mountains, !
is 12,241,000 bushels, compared,
with 27,295,000 bushel, a vear ajo.
Common Colds arc ihe   Cause  0
Many Serious Diseases.
M. J.   HENRY,
..010 Westminster Road,
VAT.COUVFP,   -   B, C.j
Physicians who have  gained  a
national  rcp'.t.ilion as analysis Ofj
tlie cause ot various diseases, claim j
that if catching cold could be avoid-1
rd a long list of dangerous ailment*'
would never be  heard  oi,    Every
one   knows   that   pneumonia  aud;
consumption originate from a cold.
and chronic catarrh, bronchitis, and
all throat and lung troubles are ay-
grava'ed nud rendered more serious
by each fresh attack.    Do not  risk
your life or take chances when vo'u
have a cold.    Chamberlain's Cough
Retnedy will cure it  before these'
diseases develop. This remedy contains no opium, morphine nr other
harmful drug and has thirty years
of reputation back of it, ".'.nod by
its cure under everv condition. For,1
_nte ;>\ All Dfuggists,
Tke Klji&.r bidacatlou Far Gemma.
m -otr-_--'!*--or Ar. to Be Instrnetad
I�� t-e gcl.B.e of the Huo.cliuid.
Tralnta-? Ia 9n-ltierls.ua.
Th* problem of higher eduoitlon fo*
<tcm__i li -Ming -._flun.j-l Id Germany In
ttuher a iiurprtei.ifj fsirui. Tlie (".riiim.
_ri_.-khs.".; d.-.-u't know much .._>__t. LI_.li-
cv iuuti_��ui_,_loa aad Chaldalo, aa a rule,
but -Iw Lac a worldwide reputation i'or
-toui-at.. vlrtuw, aud It Is bewildering tn
find tha lawmaker* ot ber land L-i-j-ing .,-.i.
toi'0on3psi!___'y��aur��caas' culinary iustruo-
_lo��. A law rauit.*. yrop__-_l r..;uirag
��T��r? woman, en atlalLin^ hur 1 _, :.'.i.ib
ftsu\ tn tsr.dnea a oerttficaU that M.u l_u
Mitlitaslwlly uu__ipl��t_d a _.ti>. cou.-ta lo
to.->,!;jjj. .-.-���._ uauuet lie]p woiKWine
about lilt- <!.-i-��_t_e experlrnue ul vi. maa
who pat f->rwi��rd tiie proposition, Pur-
1,/ip. he ban nuffwe- keenly Iroui the look
of��u.-li a law and b.ia .1 phllanthroplo la-
iKTmi 111 tilt" (_���*.___ _U_.'J_ Uti. ,;_l-su 1)1 OOttl-
iug iti-.-r.ttRoM.
The cUIgaiory culinary Initriictloa te
Wsj1n.11 would pj-ots-ttily do iu.-j. for i.t_a
Welfare and La;-plu__-i of (bt nation than
tho c,bil_-atorj uiilltAry service fur men,
���rni no one of the ___;__1 raformexs who
bar*raised their >.jis..s in ndToo*v.. of
_*adica] Bcbemes for bettering the.ooudttioa
af soolety hai su-uck _. simple and . i-i_o-
tic&l a plisn far l.i*li:-rtO(_ about Individual
COin-or. wltb reaultant douiestie iran-
qulllity and ouiioiiai pronperily. Kc-rloHS-
ly o_ns!-.''*_is.sc!, tho Idea Is a good one, nnd
Goruiauy 1* out atuue la rerogniiciug tb��
uoed of more douieitlo knowledge for KlrU,
For years tbere huve b,��_n schools ef
bouaewlfu-y iu Qei'iuanynud Switzerland,
nud fii-m ni' parts of the continent nnd
from -England unwell girlti hfire been stent
to tb.te schools. Now a numberof **uch
soboolii Lave been established In -.nglafl-
��Lt are well |Wtronl2Cd. Tb,.. x-hcwls
are of diffet'ent *.-r-iti,-*. and vary x* To .be
ixjrnvr. ot IuIiIob and board. In fume
tlio p'li'.lli are from faiiillles of wp,-,];!-. and
position. The parents want thoir daughters Vi beooiij.ort'ibleand happy, but they
aliw wnet tkem flilod for ths life wMnh Is
natural to woman and for the dn ties whloh
will full opon h��r shoulders, irliaterer Lor
Station may lie. The girls are not m.vie
to work hard, but tbey are tborougi !y
trained Ir. cr>f,kliig end are InstruoteU ii.
the slemenrs r*f Sue laundry wor-. and of
U-.-i.ur_, household eoonomy and domettl.
manageiuent. When tbey leara thosobsi. I,
tl.t.y are (a_i��!*)le .4 i_iR_i_i(lHg a househo d
iui.i]ij[**/M.r.
C'besper echeols .1 bensewlfary mrike
lr--s p.cs*Tl��lsva *>r the ooTnfort ef popils
nul esi:*t kai'der work, Wnt ara well pot*-
nin]��������'I l>y femille* with ifnsll i*i^��5!iini.
'J*)it,u n.��re i��-r prlTate families by the
eoore which .*_. thr_*or four gli-isnud
Hint f.-i iairiaf. thesn Int-, the seorets of
markH_Hf,   aneiilng  end al]   tMnge do
l..-(-rtlii.'.
Tb AKterloaas who, i_t_ for (he faint
tlfflct l>irown by rporadlo os-vis of ct*soking
��� sili'ioU and ehafing rilfh rifis*r.p*. ar* rir-
t.i.jt ib _ark*3-T.s it would _*-cr:i that (he
rlMtr.oT!le fntoreeif Gsrmsny nnd Bwltwr-
hiti.'i is t-dcrahlr well frurided for, but
tvl_.t_.Iy the eduf-atlnnnl cuthorltles orer
there de re. tislnk in. Qormany ls ro^sh-
iii_( out for tnere thorough cioroes'.le train-
In.,-, and Ib Switzerland the troeen;i-iit- is
Stili further a/ranced. The publio schools
of Bern, er at Irast ttie largo new bulld-
liii.'ii, h.TTe been f,t**stl np e-irli di-partm^nts
tcbirted f��r tmltloa in laundry, rocking,
iin-kf'lnc. m-nasrement of stores, oto.
Hirer; eiri aliOTe a cerloin n-3 la bound to
SttOD_ thueenrse lr. thlsdepirtment. Tbe
other s'-'wlss rewns are rapidly following
thin m.inple, ard fhrre la great enthusiasm crpr the frnrress of the axporlroent.
The daughters of the poorer rlnseis In
France and af tke bourgeoisie nre usually
fiiirtiiii ecoks aad make a i-ien.e of marketing, but lis other departments of do-
taestle economy their knowledge is jiain-
fuj;.rrudimea��arr. and theaTeroer French
a,...-..., ispn-'S Wsju-i    -1",.-. .1  l*i,i\;i..I  s'-r-
man or **wir*> honsewife +r. despair.
An:nr;R persenf of higher social s'.iuuing
In France tha women haTO departed from
tbe 1 i-."(iit;ocs of their anrestors. ri-'9
chin, i:ii'ie_ of eld frnr.ee t-loricd In th.'ir
domest-lo sim and guarded their recipes
mora joalousty than their jewels. Mine.
.'." l-c-.igne made waffles that were mors
dclichius thin ber loners. 'Ime. Hc.-a-
^i1er's_nacesw__*eaB famous as her bernty
antl rivaled that famous saiite inrentsed
by n Frtmoh count, who ��-vore that he
c"tild eron serre his aiot-lier-in-law wlih
It eo nn to disguise her bittor flaTor. Thi
impress -lescpciine prepared crenle dishes
SO wonderfully (but If Napoler.n bad been
a gOurntet he would neT,--r hnre had the
oournge to dlvoros her. But tha modern
French demoiselle Is as lgt>or___t of cali-
nary matt*Tt ae the average AmaJiciti
girl, and p��tbin_! more twer.-'og than
that oould be (aid.
'lhe English girls, too, n��d tratnlng tn
domestic ecenoray, ard Bduoatlonal authorities tbere are recognising the nerd
Dcpart-rotnts of oeoker. snd demestlo
economy Lav. been introduced oseitrn,
Rflbjeol-l In nnnie of the LnndeB publio
��cl��.--5l..  r-'1   that*  is  < -ne talk .of   an
adaption of the swin plan.
Cooking schools hare multiplied in lbs
United States during tbe last few years.
Comparatively few girls rucet.e any systematic tralrilag ln household tunli,n.
either in their homes or their sohool*
Mothers hare a way of tmlllng oheerlully
otut tho fact that tbeir daughters don't
know any more about housekeeping thnn
about fuimiag, and tb* glrlstbt.iiisol.es
are proud of their Inability to niuko coffee
or sn;, thing luere subetantUil than SVi' '1
Mbblt and r^onut taffy. It la trn 1
the girl \*. il  Itarn by experlsnoo, i -
kaewledgn will oome hard, and theohnnr v.
aro ten lu 0.-10 thut sbe will never lenrn lo
ui.'ni..'--e b..r hoUfie ws-li. i-j-.a may ti. -.-- r
neiii t.j do ci_o):ing, but ulne-tenths of 1U.1
trouiilo with ser.ants is duo to the fact
thai tho luistro-S ls not __ipablo of teaching or dlraotiug a servant���X*w York
Sua,
Tin. Jadga's Siiis.
A tnUUiko whicli eausod a ripple ol
amusement to run through a wc*~ter&
oourtroom was m-do by an ubsentiulU'Urd
Judge,
Ho hml to pass sentence on n highway
mnn. Afior stating clearl.i the dlsgrnna
which tho mnt bad brought upon r I li-.-i
cr -! ;sl.-nils. ly bis UiwIcim und dlsl - 111 ���
II, ��� the jjidge said, ' Antl in ccnalderntii ii
of these n nny offenses against tbe law
ooii.nilitod by you, ynu ure hereby .or.
tonced to seven years' haisi latnir i;i th.
leg! olat ure."
"1't.ultent.ary, your honor," haslilyoor-
r��*ct.':i ibe proseouting attornoy tn a <*��
speclful wbisper,
"V, hntf" Willi the*. Judge blankly. "Oh,
yes; the penitentiary But tho difforenos
is only* slight one Of course I should
say"���
Hc-re his honor abruptly ceosod, and
What he should have said was left unsaid.
���Youth's Companion.
Arab Mnelei.
Vlio-hall dditic Ar,.b musiaf It has
been described an tiie elnging of a prim*
donna who bus ruptured ber voioo In try
In. to sing a duet with herself. Eooi.
p. tt* starts from somewhere between ���
sharp and a flat, but does not stop evon
tbere, and splits up Into four or more pot
lions, of wbich no person can be exp_otr_
to catch more thnn one at a time.
John Oliver Hobbes says there ls a greal
law of Infidelity ln the human race. A
maa must hs faithless to something, either
to a woman or his deity or bis most cherished belief. Tbe Arab musician Is always unfaithful���to his stave and his key
note. But faith unfaithful makes bim
falsely true to the ears of his hearers, and
tbey enjoy and applaud bis wrangles wltb
harmony. Their singing reminds one oi
the wsiis of a bereaved Thomas suC'er'no
from an acute niturk of ga.iritlo, ootupli-
.,.:_<.! with neuralgia.���Cairo (Egypt;
-I'hlnx.	
a  ti.uk Director.
ritranj-ar���Boy, oan you direct m�� to
ths nearest bank*
X_oy���I kin fcr iljprncs, sir.
-jtruujjar���Sixpence I Isn't that high
psyf
Boy���Ves, sir, bnt It's bsrk directors
what gits high pay.���London i'unoh
Int. HniftH,
"Ah, yes," she sighed.    "I vfes robbed
of a lover by th�� cruel war."
"Which ooe," her dsarest frlot'tl asked
"The Mexican, the civil or tho Vanko-
9pa*-k_."���Chlengo News.
In Dan_r-r All the Time.
"I woold be afraid to place much reliance opon him at * critical moment. He
looks Ilk* a man utiaccnstomed to dan
8*r."
"N'oneeneel Why, be lives 00 th* Une
af a trotlsw Mad."���Chtaano Poet
TK* court of sppeals of .Now York has
keid that lt was no ground for a new trial
because tb* Jury In a murder case attendee) chum)*, on Sunday Ib custody of the
Skerlff and haard a seraon on the preva*
lenoe ��f orlmo.
the best farming landa in Siberia ure
bow nearest, to OL
SMILE TtMRTERS.
fttu ��Se. .liij- Ugeete,
Jl, Tuclo Jim,"  said  the lawyer
"*tti�� dec'-or tay, thoro's ao hope for you.
"Yes, suh, dey tells ci�� 1 _ri.lnet*_c oro*��
_��V-T."
"Fiave you made your wtllt"
"Tee, soh, I douo will ter go."
"I n'oan,"  ssld the  iawyor lo  an e��
Blsn.itoty way,  ''have yuu anything w
'tover"
"Oh. yes, suh!'* explained the old man
JorfuliT. "A wife at;d de rheumatism I''���
Atlania Coiuftltut-loa.
Tala Kan's Little Joke.
Profes-or Tracy Peel-. 'is.-d to t^ll a story
6. b.iw a Vsle mnn savi'd hia life. Ho wo.
about to bo hung In '.'...as for boras stealing nnd said:
"HoldoOi gsptlS-Paa I Do you knowwho
you aro hangiiiitf 1 an a Ri'mt.nitc ol
Vale oollage, and horo li my diploma."
It twin.,* printed on vellum in Latin, no
s��ne could read it. and, ttilnkln.i; ho must be
an Important  p,.raon.ika, they int  hliu e-> 7
_rco.���11 recti Bac. -.-
Cough Remed?
The Children's FaVOl.t-
���OU&OSss.
Oougli., Col do, Croup nnd
Whooping Qough.
This remCrdyie i
OOC tot ifm"..**." over
rge pari of tlio I'iVtl.eoJ worM. ]! enn
nlwayi bo il-ronried upf.u. Tf rontnlnii bo
fniii-n or "j ior anrmral rlTU�� tu ri tony bfi
fci\in m c nfi ii ai . ���' >. Li I, m to \
Pries 2d CtO! I-A^STS SI��e  60 <*���"-.
miVJ**&fmmmV#V%s V-TV����f��Mr-_VThl*-Vs*' -.W-
*mimVin)inf J^f _-'*.>���>���-������_.'.
���THE DELTA TrWES, TTIKSDAV, CEPE-ftAuRY $. .907.
LOCAL i\hW8.
___      *3.
SCHOOL B0AR9.
Mra.   H.   Nr.   Rich   visited  the
Royal City, la>t week.
Delta  School   Board met in the
Council  Chaml*r, Ladner, or. Sat-
iiriny, January   26.h, with  all the
Mrs.   F.   Sutherby   visited   the I ruembers present.
i.o?al Cily yestcriiay. .Minutes of the previous tt.cet-.ng
  i were nd��r-tf_i as read.
A. commusicatioc. waa read fro��
AlexaHder Robin.cn, Stsperictend-
ent of Kdncatian, ra school at Aa-
 '  !_.ievil!e.   The matter was placed i��
Dr. [. t   Wilson returned home, ithe bands of Trustee Quaggan and
yesterday, from a trip to V.incourer.   tbe Clerk with j��ow��r to act.
  '.    On motio* aalariei were  placed
.lal J.57 per month
The Mis.es Lord returned,  yesterdny trom a visit lo Vancouver.
Mr. and Mr*. D. 17 Oiant  spent'
, few dny. in Vancouver la*U week.
Tbe estimates fcr the  year were
I passed amamitinj; l<_ $2,Syo.
 ���  I    The following account*, were or-
D. Montgomery returned home, jieretl paid*. Stmey Municipality,
Friday, from a visit to the l^SYal ,$22.97; .1- M. Collinsoi* $1.75;
Qjty, I Hosier 1* M..*Cal!an, $7.3!-   Vancou-
 . lyeJ.     pr8Tince,     $1.-5-    Matsball
Ji.  D.   Benson  cauae  oter  from j Smith St Co.,   $!...-,  E. N7 Moyer
veietl, V
his liallot.
Ladner Ttsb market.
FRESH   FISH   OF   ALL"! KINDS TN  SEASON
I Ooustajitly Kept on Hand, also
SMOKED jl HALIBUT,     SALMON,    KIPPERS,
Etc.
i. ��-i-iniuj.i.>i.mi . _B___
We B&m Leave
COSULICH mos.,
DELTA STREET,
LADNER, B. C.
see. .iu*sAJi.*a..ii_
_i.._i.   ..=.
F.veietl, Wash., on Friday, to   cast . _j_ Co., $91.20.
Board adjourned till Feb, 23rd,
at i. a.m.
*"*.. .Braidner, of N"e.w  *��A'e_tmin-: ~"~~
ster, i* visiting his sister, Mrs. Jas.      Arthur Oliver, came iu from Kast
McCallan. j Delta on Wednesday last.
Mrs. W. 11- Laduer returned, h. M. Vasey came down on the
home, Friday, frojn a yisit le ***e i Beayert last evenins from a visit to
Royal City. j j$ew VVeatMitister.
Notico.
I have appointed Mt. Alex. D.
Paterson as my agent ;ti the election
now pending.
JOHN  OLIVER.
Lost.
A Full Stock of Shade, aw! P.-<-
tures ot all kind., kept on hand.
Wiring and bouse furnishing a
specialty.
From  Inverholme .Sti-ck Farm!
one large white Yorkshhe Sow.
Information  as to   whereabouts
will be suitably rewarded,
A, D. PATERSON,
Mim.iger.
T. Mowbray,
Columbia St.,       New Westminster
P.O. Box 364.    Phone 269.
To notify the peopk**  oi  Lad-ncr  ar.d surrounding d___i.?h:*t that wc  are How  iii a]
position to offer Varvootiver Is_amd
Portland   Bement]
1
At greatly reduced prices, .s_a__i__g it pb_j-
Bible for parties who contemplate building,
tb put in concrete _bur_c.a,tio_is at about tbe
Fame coet ar-; piling or other inferkj.*
-Material
Write for Prices.
ILLEY BROS.
NEW WESTMINSTER,       -       -        -       S. O.
Mrs.   and   Miss  Price returned j    Walt��� Bettti came <|owni   Wed*
hoiae, Friday, irsaj a visit to   NevW L^ay, from Kamloops in order to
f, estlHtnSter. ; register his vnte for the ��ood e-f his
__  iountry. ��� 	
 , _ .
MiK.T^,_.a,i.e Ken came home, ^   ^   ^    lhe !    I am now prepared to b,nl,l  coi:
Friday. fr.�� C-_n__b.au Colleje, 01, 0-trjuble   ,t   thc -d snrinz wire fence with wooden
a short visit. . ,   .     ,    .     ., .  r    .    st*y_.
' kousa twice during the past  week, I     ' '
���   j b��t on each  occasion the lithtinj ]    For further particulars and prices]
Friends of Mis. Gom_B, will be \ was oulv delayed for about 2 hours, jaPP'-'t0
pleased t_  leara  that  she is  pro-, ��� * ���  ���      -=j      p     n*     ��y# IfK CAM
tr.sshij favorably ���7       ��     l K L   rtr  Wlti-kjUn,
Wanted.
W^^aaaaam
Mrs.   Marshall   SwitU  returned; ~������,
hr,r��e,   Friday  evemnj.  last,   from:     A first-class Teamster in seeking i
N.t,   V.e_.t*_inster. employment;    Apply at
  THIS OFFICE
'   Crescent Tslaht
j P. 0. Box 45     .7-        r
T,adTier
Have You Any Chickens ?
(  Pay Highest Price   for
AH Kinds,
ALIVE *
DRESSED
r��� T. CALVERT.
.... -*
Port.G.nicho:'..
Messrs.   Milne  atid   Ru_����el   -f j
the   B. C.   E, R.  Co.,   Vancouver,
.visited laere last week.
Lost.
I    One black aud two white  Sheep,
Mrs. T. VV. Kerr left, on Friday 1 ^^ ^^   xft.    ^^ ^^
moriiing,   t.i   visit   her   daughter,! 10ljf_
Miss Etta, at Seattle, Wash. ARTHUR BROS.
A. S. Leslie, well known ial
musical circles, is visiting heie1
and renewitig **.ld a.cqut_p_itau_��s.
Housekeeper.
Warned a g_o>l  reliable  House-.
Mrs. Jas. McCallan, Miss Wanda
and Master Jeffrey, returaed home, j 'Ee'    At*P1y at
Friday, from a visit  to  tbe  Royal;
City.
keeper,  about  3s  or  40  years of
THIS OFFICE.
ATCHES
Silvei*ware,<
c_.<3*5��
fl-_
',\~.
Watch Repairing a Specialty
X^
%
EADNER,   H. C.
Card of Thanks.
LABIESI
I en .*�� ..��� ftrLi-rxu-jc
i
i****5*__sa
Mrs.  A.   Read,   Mrs.   i.   Whit-'     	
w#rth aad Mrs. II. (.',. Taylor were ������
_tu-ne  the  visitors at the t_.ar._-t I To the Electers of Delta Ridipj
,as' "tek- I    GeBtleaei.:
���_ _ ,
I wish to convev my tjhanks
John   OHm,   M. P.   P.,   came, t0 you <or tke hearty  support j,ou !
dssn'ii au  the   Heaver,   ��._i   Fiiilny  bate given ,���,, j���  the late election.!
last, to attend the final   meetin?  of  j  win  eu(]eavc)r  t0  repr<.Mnt  the!
tha cwnpaieii. Ridinc lo the  best of my atylity,'
  and  the  requirements of   all   the.
Friends of Capt. \V. Oliver willP-*0^'  irr"Pective "f ^ty. w.ll| |
he pleaaed to hear tbat  he- has in,- ��� k!,ra-V5 ���mma���d ray services.
proved sufficiently to le able tn sit JOHN OLIVER,
.  , , Bavside t'iirm,
in. Inr a w litlr i.-;uii ilav. *���
Delta
February 4th, 1907. I R
t.in   Saturday   c.\ ciiidg  last  tin* ���--_n.r*?*������_< jj-���'!-��� ���j_i_i-a.i_-i..!._..__j._~g
j��esult ol Ti" pnlling was repeived
at the Town Hall wlpn  the  Band)
Boys discoursed sweet m.i sic which
tv.js mud) apprena-.i!.
Inteiviewed this Hjornint, ^ ���
.W. B. Mclsucs loM tlK- World that
���he jtitetided to open a jaw office iii
Vancouver _*id begin private ,c_e
tice at once. Referring !.) the re*
#sult of, thc flection on 'ja*.ui'd��v,
Mr, Mcliiiioi- laid: "Inasarucb as
the cpiiiij.fy h"S RViilpntly prefened
to retain tk'.- g< vcr^tjient in povysr, i
.1 am vary p.. a������'.' t.o if.* that it Lai..
been sti.*J_v'nad by ������ ��� '!._T._icn_. in-1-
toiity lu t::.'r:t: it in icfstideut ol
the Spci-ilisj \'o'.n in the 7.,iiisc"-_
' niicouv'vtr World
"'.-'-s^_________^B__^^^^|
When you aje wanting anything in the
line of Blouses, Dress Skirts, Petticoats,
Underwear, Hosiery, White Goods, Neckwear, Ribbons, Furs,| Smallwears, 'Holiday
Goods, or
CHILDREN^   COATS,
Bonnete. Hate,  Purs,  Dresses,   Underwear,
Hosiery, Etc.
Call and let us show you.
Goods and Prices Right.
SMART SHOES
For Winter Wear
Rt $3.50
We hare the Greatest Valae
 H in Shoes
Good SjIIH Raliabla Footwear,
Jiyst ihe Thing for Winter Weather,
I $4.00
Wc raTrv these in all Leathers and have a lull li��e #f Shapes
snd Siies to Fit All  Feet.
Nothing in Town to Equal Them.
J. REfiBHm    -   Ladnor, B.C.
stmte of
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. .?. BIRTCH, -r 275 Columbia Street
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
W��   L.   McBRIBE,
General Merchant,
ma	
��lPhone 5.
Port Guichon
Gasoline Bigines, Rod! Pulpcrs,
FEED CUTTERS, GRAIN GRIND-'
ERS, POTATO SORTERS
DIGGERS, FANNING MILLS
PIRE CREAM SEPARATORS, IN-!
CUBATORS, WINDMILLS, PUMPS. ]
STUMP PULLERS, HAY PRESSES, I
ETC
.rprcxfG^*!
and*
Shipped Direct
mUmm aefsm -*.
We Walworth-Rolston Co.,     \lQ    J\\\    |$;   gp    'POffe.
.<-*_.���_.*     _._._��>-*�� ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ioi;6 Wegtminf^er Ave.,   -   Vancouver, B.C.

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